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You likely don't need any reminders that the likes of Gateway and Dell (and Alienware) have released some new systems based around Intel's flagship Core i7 processor, but it's a whole other matter to sort out the multitude of options available from some of the smaller PC manufacturers out there, an

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November 18, 2008 at 9:50PM
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Tweak Town has given the new LAN Shark gaming PC by Smooth Creations a thorough once-over and they really seem to like what they see. The review machine (priced at $1,343.75) arrived kitted out with a 3.0 GHz Core 2 Quad processor, 4GB RAM, Diamond HD 4870 1GB graphics and Western Digital Raptor 15

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Smooth Creations' custom paint jobs certainly aren't for everybody, but if you're a bit tired of the current netbook sameness, you might want to consider its new Wedge model, which questionably promises to make a \"powerful yet subtle statement.\" Apparently, you can either take your chances with a o

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While Shuttle and Smooth Creations are apparently both still in the business of selling PCs, they sure seem to be going about it in a strange way, with each company recently busting out systems that appear to be the result of some disgruntled designers in their ranks. If you can get past its blindin

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